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Tag: Ehud Danoch
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For a man who is celebrating his 34th birthday this month, Ehud Danoch, Israel's new consul general, introduces himself with an impressive resume.
He has an insider's knowledge of his country's domestic, economic and foreign affairs, is a lawyer, holds a master's degree in business...